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Bonkers Blog Index 2014

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December 2014

31 December (Part 2) - Happy New Year? I doubt it

31 December (Part 1) - The clown who frightens children

28 December - On the fourth day of Christmas

24 December - Happy Christmas to all

23 December - Open all hours

22 December - Sucking up dirt

20 December (Part 2) - Lesnes Abbey Visitor Centre. See it come down

20 December (Part 1) - Library downgrades. All stitched up months ago

18 December (Part 2) - Cabinet meeting. That’s another Conservative con too

18 December (Part 1) - Con and Don

17 December (Part 3) - An extra £4.41 a ticket is one helluva temptation

17 December (Part 2) - Heras what a proper fence looks like

17 December (Part 1) - Bexley council fails its residents yet again

16 December (Part 2) - Bexley parking services. Up to their old tricks again

16 December (Part 1) - Bexley police. Up to their old tricks again

15 December (Part 3) - Bexley’s aversion to fire and water

15 December (Part 2) - Bexley’s parking muggers

15 December (Part 1) - Bexley’s bin buggers

14 December (Part 4) - Crossrail construction continues

14 December (Part 3) - Destruction Centre

14 December (Part 2) - Destruction North

14 December (Part 1) - The Welsh connection

13 December (Part 3) - The Erith Christmas Tree Festival

13 December (Part 2) - Supremely lucky

13 December (Part 1) - Belvedere’s Belsen

12 December (Part 2) - No ifs or buts, the Metropolitan Police Service is institutionally corrupt

12 December (Part 1) - Who controls the roads? Conway or council?

11 December (Part 3) - Cllr. Philip Read. Now I understand why the PM linked Tweets with twats

11 December (Part 2) - String ’em up. Fence panels that is

11 December (Part 1) - Lesnes Abbey. Ruined?

10 December (Part 3) - Corrections and Clarifications

10 December (Part 2) - Will Ben bend or is he bent?

10 December (Part 1) - Spoilt for choice

9 December - Eager to please but a step too far

8 December (Part 2) - Awaiting demolition. Lesnes Abbey Visitor Centre

8 December (Part 1) - The squeezed bottom

7 December (Part 2) - Last view of Hill View

7 December (Part 1) - Down by dawn - almost

6 December (Part 3) - Normal business will resume in 2017. Meanwhile try hibernation

6 December (Part 2) - Abbey Wood. Welcome to the rubbish tip

6 December (Part 1) - Erlking and Theresemead

5 December (Part 2) - Christmas parking in Bexleyheath

5 December (Part 1) - Say goodbye to the old Lesnes Abbey park

4 December - Crossrail keen to meet the public. Bexley council hides away

3 December - Fresh news in short supply again

2 December (Part 2) - Wood you believe it? Trees lopped

2 December (Part 1) - A serious request to cut costs or another Tory trick?

1 December (Part 2) - Priceless parking perks - Taking the P?

1 December (Part 1) - How should £6 million be spent?

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November 2014

30 November (Part 3) - The Irish connection

30 November (Part 2) - The Martini Principle

30 November (Part 1) - The North South divide

29 November - The Quick and the Dead

28 November (Part 2) - Welcome to Lesnes Abbey

28 November (Part 1) - Billy Nomates

27 November (Part 3) - Supremely smug

27 November (Part 2) - Bad Bexley bailiffs. Is there any other sort?

27 November (Part 1) - Nick in nick

26 November (Part 3) - Better late than never. Me and Bexley council

26 November (Part 2) - Halt! Who goes there? Nobody

26 November (Part 1) - They just don't get it

25 November (Part 3) - Where’s The Fiddle?

25 November (Part 2) - A Bexleyheath bust up

25 November (Part 1) - A rampless Abbey Wood. So far so good

24 November (Part 2) - £5·8 million. 5% of revenue at risk. “No material effect”

24 November (Part 1) - Big changes afoot for those on foot

23 November (Part 2) - An objectionable lack of curiosity

23 November (Part 1) - Councillor Peter Craske’s infamy endures

22 November (Part 2) - Lesnes Abbey park. Destruction or enhancement?

22 November (Part 1) - Yellow paint. Love it (Crayford) or loathe it (Sidcup)

21 November (Part 2) - Whatever happened to…

21 November (Part 1) - Cross rail at your peril

20 November (Part 2) - Pointless lies, desperate measures and grave consequences

20 November (Part 1) - Two parties disagree, one is Bexley council. Who do you believe?

19 November - We have lift off!

18 November (Part 2) - Murphy’s Law

18 November (Part 1) - Crossrail activity ramps up

17 November - Around Bexley’s favoured Town Center re

16 November (Part 3) - Abbey Wood residents can take a hike

16 November (Part 2) - The impression gained from watching webcasts. Not good

16 November (Part 1) - Greenwich and Crossrail. Obsessed with barriers

15 November (Part 2) - Saturday sundries

15 November (Part 1) - No trains. No activity. Yet!

14 November (Part 5) - An off peak return to Crossrail

14 November (Part 4) - Fibbers all

14 November (Part 3) - Bexley blooms again

14 November (Part 2) - Bexley police working with Bexley council and Trust Thamesmead

14 November (Part 1) - Greenwich police move to stage 2 of their enquiries into Bexley’s lies

13 November (Part 3) - Lie detector tests failed. Will credit checks?

13 November (Part 2) - It’s troughing time!

13 November (Part 1) - You may find this as funny as I did!

12 November (Part 2) - All hands to the beer pumps

12 November (Part 1) - All hands to the pumps

11 November (Part 4) - Baa they said when asked to discuss the Splash Park and other matters

11 November (Part 3) - Confined to barracks

11 November (Part 2) - Every question dodged. Well done Teresa

11 November (Part 1) - Who’s bitter?

10 November (Part 2) - Bexley council shows it is frightened of criticism

10 November (Part 1) - You’ve been had on several levels

9 November (Part 2) - Remembrance

9 November (Part 1) - Wicked beyond belief

8 November (Part 2) - Quiet but effective?

8 November (Part 1) - Bexley’s first rule. Never ever answer a serious question

7 November (Part 3) - Praying for them didn’t help, councillors still smear residents

7 November (Part 2) - Bexley councillor on LBC radio

7 November (Part 1) - The net closes on another liar

6 November (Part 3) - My date with the cops

6 November (Part 2) - Will Tuckley. Misconduct in Public Office. Update

6 November (Part 1) - Tories revert to type. Nasty!

5 November (Part 2) - Car park charges up, some by more than 50%

5 November (Part 1) - Just what Bexley and Sidcup in particular needs

4 November (Part 2) - Questions, questions but not so many answers

4 November (Part 1) - Bexley council. Penny wise and pound foolish

3 November - It will take a tsunami to make a splash

2 November - Drowning in hogwash

1 November (Part 2) - Run over and covered up?

1 November (Part 1) - Twitter ye not

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October 2014

31 October - Winding down for November

30 October (Part 3) - Will Tuckley. Misconduct in Public Office

30 October (Part 2) - Bexley. Missing from Care Report, literally

30 October (Part 1) - Phone parking picking pockets

29 October (Part 2) - Great tits, creepers and rooks

29 October (Part 1) - Selling Bexley by the pound

28 October (Part 4) - Careful now Danny

28 October (Part 3) - More money for nothing. Extortion in Abbey Wood

28 October (Part 2) - Money for nothing. Sidcup still in dire straits

28 October (Part 1) - Abbey Wood. Gateway to a failed borough council

27 October (Part 2) - Abbey Eyesore

27 October (Part 1) - Quarry news buried

26 October (Part 3) - If you go down to Abbey Wood station today

26 October (Part 2) - Sunday sundries

26 October (Part 1) - If you go down to the woods next month

24 October (Part 2) - The Places meeting. Boo! Bexley council plans to charge more for a lower cost service

24 October (Part 1) - The Places meeting. Changing the face of Bexley

23 October (Part 2) - The Places meeting. The Parking Report

23 October (Part 1) - The Places meeting. The first hour

21 October - More evidence that police and Bexley council always lie

20 October - Erith on the up. Abbey Wood going down

19 October - Crossrail but you can’t

18 October (Part 2) - Contacting the council. It can only get worse

18 October (Part 1) - A rare police invitation to talk

17 October (Part 2) - Over my dead body

17 October (Part 1) - The wrong side of the tracks

16 October (Part 3) - 24 saints. One sinner

16 October (Part 2) - One three hour meeting. A handful of highlights

16 October (Part 1) - All change at Abbey Wood

15 October (Part 2) - Bexley’s cabinet approves their own budget proposals

15 October (Part 1) - Sidcup’s Annus Horribilus nears its conclusion

14 October (Part 3) - Mischief making

14 October (Part 2) - Clarifications and Consultations

14 October (Part 1) - Town centre regeneration. One ends another starts

13 October (Part 2) - What underhand fiddles are afoot this time?

13 October (Part 1) - Danny has a point. Did Katie?

11 October - In Bexley, art matters. People don’t

10 October - Resources reported

9 October (Part 3) - Bexley votes Conservative, Bexley gets its reward

9 October (Part 2) - Bexley council can do whatever it likes - and does

9 October (Part 1) - If you drive they are after more of your money

8 October (Part 3) - You read it here first

8 October (Part 2) - Belvedere Splash Park to close

8 October (Part 1) - The Met’s DPS. Discredited, Perverted, Shambolic

7 October (Part 2) - Bexley for sale

7 October (Part 1) - Another excuse for a Boris booze up?

6 October (Part 2) - Sidcup. Will it ever recover?

6 October (Part 1) - Bexley is Batty

4 October - Crossrail again

3 October - ‘Neutral’ climbdown explained

2 October - Slipping off the fence. Knee Hill and Brampton Road no longer a big issue

1 October - Crossings, Crossrail and Craske

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September 2014

25 September - Getting back to business

22 September - Sidcup. Nearly done or done for?

21 September (Part 2) - Parking outside schools. Always a problem

21 September (Part 1) - Park with impunity

20 September - Crossrail makes its presence felt all around Abbey Wood

19 September (Part 2) - Hill View sold. Residents sold down the river

19 September (Part 1) - Offloading Bexley’s costs on to someone else

18 September - Road congestion. It’s all part of the plan

14 September (Part 2) - Crossrail update

14 September (Part 1) - Abbey Wood loses out again

12 September (Part 2) - Coming to a kerb near you

12 September (Part 1) - The claims, the truth and the Teflon boss

11 September - Something to hide? Almost certainly

8 September - Bexley councillors on holiday longer than ever

6 September - The ’cup floweth over

5 September (Part 2) - You can’t believe any of them

5 September (Part 1) - Bexley council. Twinned with Rotherham

3 September - Catching up with Crossrail

2 September (Part 2) - Postscripts to earlier blogs

2 September (Part 1) - Abbey Wood parking gets even more difficult

1 September (Part 3) - Fancy that. ‘ere wigo again

1 September (Part 2) - Erith Fun Day

1 September (Part 1) - Here we go again

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August 2014

31 August - Bonkers resumes tomorrow

27 August - Is he dead?

20 August - Minor matters

18 August - Splash Park cleaned for two days out of three

17 August - Money well spent?

14 August - It was bound to happen sooner or later

11 August (Part 2) - Hurricane Bertha impedes Crossrail

11 August (Part 1) - Too much like hard work

7 August - Untrained amateur

6 August (Part 2) - Poor Will

6 August (Part 1) - Pickles on top

5 August - Half a foot for little feet

4 August - New for 2014. Twice weekly Splash Park maintenance

3 August (Part 2) - Bexley’s 1914 War commemoration. The parade and the singsong

3 August (Part 1) - Bexley’s 1914 War commemoration. The prelude

2 August - Doesn’t he do well?

1 August - Here we go again

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July 2014

31 July (Part 2) - More Abbey Wood parking spaces sacrificed to Crossrail

31 July (Part 1) - “The criminal relationship between Bexley council and Bexley police”

30 July - Crossrail digs up Abbey Wood again

29 July - Making up for lost time

28 July (Part 3) - The leader’s ambition is to be Rounded and Robust. Who'd have thought it?

28 July (Part 2) - The idiot that is Paul Moore

28 July (Part 1) - ‘Challenging budget outlook’. Challenging consultation

27 July (Part 3) - The leader’s report. More whimper than bang!

27 July (Part 2) - e-mail e-xcuses

27 July (Part 1) - Sidcup deserted by BiB and this morning, everybody!

26 July (Part 2) - PCs gone mad. CI and CS too

26 July (Part 1) - Turkeys vote for deferral of Christmas

25 July (Part 2) - Full council - Full circle

25 July (Part 1) - Full council - The questions

24 July (Part 3) - Still not yet going places

24 July (Part 2) - Going Places

24 July (Part 1) - The power has gone to his head already

23 July (Part 2) - The old and weak suffer first

23 July (Part 1) - Not the Place report

22 July (Part 2) - Want a job? Ask a friend

22 July (Part 1) - What next to tax?

21 July (Part 3) - Seven into eight won’t go

21 July (Part 2) - No manners in Manor Road

21 July (Part 1) - Two prize plonkers

19 July - Teresa’s empty promise rumbled

18 July (Part 2) - Police change their position

18 July (Part 1) - James Hunt. People person

17 July (Part 4) - Craske’s General Purposes

17 July (Part 3) - Cunning coppers?

17 July (Part 2) - The lady is for turning

17 July (Part 1) - On a high

16 July (Part 4) - Crossrail info

16 July (Part 3) - Rancid Bacon

16 July (Part 2) - Sounding off again

16 July (Part 1) - Sounding off

15 July (Part 2) - Police dragging their big flat feet

15 July (Part 1) - Bexley’s Democratic Deficit. (© Cllr. Hackett)

14 July - Bloody minded Bexley council can’t even count

13 July (Part 2) - Crossrail. A Sunday postscript

13 July (Part 1) - 2018 will be a long time coming

12 July - What a difference a year’s made

11 July (Part 2) - The head that doesn’t roll

11 July (Part 1) - The Steven Hall Show

10 July - Top cats have nine lives and take all the cream

9 July - Storm clouds gather II

8 July - Storm clouds gather

7 July - More Bacon porkies

6 July - Not much to show for no trains

4 July (Part 2) - Not a joke

4 July (Part 1) - Not a blog

3 July (Part 2) - Changes at the top

3 July (Part 1) - The closed and muddled mind of Will Tuckley

2 July (Part 2) - Going for them

2 July (Part 1) - You read it here first

1 July (Part 2) - One crime leads to another

1 July (Part 1) - Train timetables new and old

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June 2014

30 June - Miscellaneous meanderings

29 June - Replacement blog service

27 June - Dirty secrets to hide?

26 June - And all because one councillor couldn’t stop lying

25 June - Crossrail to take over more Abbey Wood parking spaces

24 June - Something fishy going on

22 June - One step forward, two steps back

21 June (Part 3) - Government bans use of CCTV spy cars, or do they?

21 June (Part 2) - It’s one rule for them…

21 June (Part 1) - Frizoni fails

20 June (Part 3) - The Watling effect. What’s going on?

20 June (Part 2) - Misconduct in Public Office. A family affair?

20 June (Part 1) - It’s the stupid cuts

19 June (Part 4) - Trying to be in two places at once

19 June (Part 3) - Pure speculation. Probably

19 June (Part 2) - Can a corrupt council and its protector fix this can of worms too?

19 June (Part 1) - Harrow Inn or out?

18 June (Part 2) - Crossrail speeding up

18 June (Part 1) - It’s déjà vu all over again

17 June (Part 2) - It’s the cuts stupid

17 June (Part 1) - Parking charges to be increased again

16 June (Part 3) - Bexley council isn’t straight, neither is the line from Abbey Wood any more

16 June (Part 2) - What a tangled web these liars weave

16 June (Part 1) - Crossrail takes another step forward

15 June - Sidcup edges its way back to sanity

14 June - Will Tuckley outclassed by plaited doll

13 June - Teresa thieves taxpayers’ tithe for non-jobs

12 June (Part 2) - Sharon Massey, “the best mayor I could be”

12 June (Part 1) - What do you get for forty two million?

11 June - Prat parrots platitudinous propaganda. Residents rubbished

9 June - Council drip believes in drip drip

7 June - The mayor and other mares

6 June - It’s going to be a boring night

5 June - Bexley council’s right wing looks left

4 June - All fine now? Only if you are easily satisfied

3 June - Romanians in Bexley

2 June (Part 2) - Bexley is not a totally culture free zone but it is totally against free culture

2 June (Part 1) - Plod plods around in circles, being difficult or perhaps stupid

1 June (Part 2) - Good riddance?

1 June (Part 1) - Sidcup still suffering

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May 2014

31 May - Next step, rename Clocktower Times Square?

30 May - Another month gone

29 May (Part 2) - Only one sore thumb?

29 May (Part 1) - Election comparisons made easy - or maybe not

28 May (Part 2) - Farce about Ace

28 May (Part 1) - Business as usual

27 May (Part 3) - The Wizard of Oz

27 May (Part 2) - One for the train spotters

27 May (Part 1) - Labour of love

26 May (Part 2) - Tory cuts. First sign of things to come

26 May (Part 1) - What Tyler?

25 May (Part 3) - New councillor list

25 May (Part 2) - Mick is back

25 May (Part 1) - Hiding their embarrassment

24 May - No change at the top

23 May (Part 3) - The rise of UKIP - How to succeed in politics without really trying

23 May (Part 2) - The experience

23 May (Part 1) - Home from the count

22 May (Part 4) - It’s been a long day and it’s not over yet

22 May (Part 3) - Tory manifesto 2010. Save Queen Mary’s Hospital and park free!

22 May (Part 2) - My prediction for Blackfen and Lamorbey

22 May (Part 1) - Last fling from UKIP

21 May - Last minute desperation

20 May - “A challenge to democracy in Bexley”

19 May (Part 2) - Will Bexley throw out its rubbish this week?

19 May (Part 1) - Planning for the ‘Whiteout’?

18 May - Sidcup High Street. An open and shut case

16 May (Part 3) - Hadlow Road Sidcup. Shut

16 May (Part 2) - Sidcup Hospital. They’d rather you forgot it

16 May (Part 1) - Themsmad East Conversatists

15 May (Part 3) - Bexley’s historical land grab

15 May (Part 2) - Welling Corridor improvements claim another victim

15 May (Part 1) - Election leaflet liberated

14 May (Part 2) - If you don’t like Teresa don’t blow your XXXs

14 May (Part 1) - Missing the bus?

13 May (Part 2) - Notaproof Reader?

13 May (Part 1) - Bexley council’s reputation in the mud again

12 May (Part 2) - Have I slipped off the electoral fence?

12 May (Part 1) - Bexley council broke law, sought police support and got none

11 May - Can you remember what Bexley Conservatives did for you?

10 May (Part 2) - No repairs at all, running or otherwise

10 May (Part 1) - Running repairs

9 May (Part 3) - Broadway, Welling and Sidcup. Northumberland Heath is next for disruption

9 May (Part 2) - Hurt the politicians. Kick ’em in the ballots

9 May (Part 1) - End of an era

8 May (Part 4) - Where’s NSL when you need them?

8 May (Part 3) - More junk mail?

8 May (Part 2) - Bexleyheath loses a car park

8 May (Part 1) - Serious politicians

7 May (Part 2) - The leader’s report

7 May (Part 1) - Confusing revenue raiser

6 May (Part 3) - A hole in the ground, so big and sorta round

6 May (Part 2) - The leader’s “maths lesson”

6 May (Part 1) - None of them wants to face the truth

5 May (Part 2) - Two questions. One big hint and an answer that may not be all it seems

5 May (Part 1) - Beware of candidates bearing gifts

4 May (Part 3) - Committee chairman stripped of all responsibility

4 May (Part 2) - Damn the expense, it’s a nice shade of green

4 May (Part 1) - Crass questions to council

3 May - Public questions for council

2 May (Part 3) - On the rise

2 May (Part 2) - No fun at all

2 May (Part 1) - Fun Friday

1 May (Part 3) - Last council meeting before ‘school’ breaks up

1 May (Part 2) - Political leaflets - the collection grows

1 May (Part 1) - Not so well in Welling

April 2014

30 April (Part 3) - News Shopper plays catch up

30 April (Part 2) - Up for the count

30 April (Part 1) - Pathetic reaction or masterstroke?

29 April (Part 4) - Oh, the irony!

29 April (Part 3) - Who’s worst?

29 April (Part 2) - Digging the dirt

29 April (Part 1) - Get digging

28 April (Part 3) - BID mistakes goodbye

28 April (Part 2) - Minor updates

28 April (Part 1) - Slow progress in Sidcup

27 April (Part 2) - Jam today, more jam tomorrow

27 April (Part 1) - Caught red handed

26 April (Part 2) - So it’s not just me

26 April (Part 1) - It’s all change again on Broadway

25 April (Part 3) - Labour party injects some fun into the election

25 April (Part 2) - The Public Realm Meeting - The boring bits

25 April (Part 1) - Bexley fails royally compared to Royal Greenwich

24 April (Part 2) - Two Tories in ‘incestuous’ relationship

24 April (Part 1) - The man who does Bexley council’s dirty business

23 April (Part 3) - No Payne, no gain

23 April (Part 2) - Messy Massey business

23 April (Part 1) - It seems only too believable to me

22 April (Part 2) - Crime and Disorder in the Civic Chamber

22 April (Part 1) - Meeting scheduled. Will the Chairman show her face?

20 April - I should not have tempted fate

18 April - Yet another dangerous roundabout on Broadway

17 April (Part 3) - Look what I found

17 April (Part 2) - How Bexley’s cuts fall on the poor and the vulnerable

17 April (Part 1) - Occupant of glass house lobs large stone

16 April - Expensive money for sale

15 April (Part 3) - Ha-Ha. Not funny

15 April (Part 2) - A correction…

15 April (Part 1) - When a parking fine becomes a lottery

14 April (Part 2) - BT takes charge of Wilton Road, Abbey Wood

14 April (Part 1) - Another target missed

13 April - A monstrous carbuncle on the face of an old friend

12 April - You can bank on funny business at Bexley council

11 April (Part 1) - Crossrail lives up to its name

10 April (Part 2) - A Miller’s Tale

10 April (Part 1) - Dashed yellow lines!

9 April (Part 2) - What’s all this then?

9 April (Part 1) - How low can they go?

8 April (Part 3) - UKIP Bexley launches its manifesto

8 April (Part 2) - The Welling Corridor improvements

8 April (Part 1) - Crossrail encroaches further on parking space

7 April (Part 2) - Council liars extend their influence yet again

7 April (Part 1) - Told you so a year ago!

6 April (Part 2) - Sidcup on Sunday

6 April (Part 1) - Four years late

5 April - The Finance Committee

4 April (Part 5) - Which cretin do we blame for this?

4 April (Part 4) - Congratulations are in order

4 April (Part 3) - School for scoundrels, class 2

4 April (Part 2) - News from the doorsteps

4 April (Part 1) - School for scoundrels

3 April (Part 3) - Old news

3 April (Part 2) - More law breaking councillors. It’ll be one rule for them…

3 April (Part 1) - Spot the difference

2 April (Part 2) - The best laid plans etc.

2 April (Part 1) - Normal service will resumed…

1 April - No blog today

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March 2014

31 March (Part 2) - Carefully chosen words

31 March (Part 1) - Conservative election News

30 March (Part 2) - Election News

30 March (Part 1) - Bexley council’s promises come to naught. Pray a child is not injured

29 March (Part 2) - More lies by senior council staff to protect a lying councillor

29 March (Part 1) - Very little to show for two weeks’ work

28 March (Part 2) - Planning decisions

28 March (Part 1) - Mrs. Jackie Evans

27 March (Part 2) - Dear Bexley council

27 March (Part 1) - Another Adonis

26 March (Part 2) - Saucy Sharon

26 March (Part 1) - Geraldene strips to the bare essentials for a well oiled 15 minute routine

25 March - 24th place confirmed

24 March (Part 2) - Nobody loves him

24 March (Part 1) - Desperate measures

23 March (Part 3) - Not exactly a mini-Holland

23 March (Part 2) - ‘Putting Bexley First’ and putting Lesnes last

23 March (Part 1) - More unexplained neglect of what councils call the public realm

22 March - The Welling time warp

21 March - An accident waiting to happen

20 March - Bexley council. Above the law

19 March (Part 2) - Shops in Bexleyheath feel the squeeze

19 March (Part 1) - Oh no! More regeneration

18 March (Part 3) - Silly blogger

18 March (Part 2) - Crossrail developments

18 March (Part 1) - RSS feed

17 March - Rewriting history

15 March - First signs of progress in Sidcup High Street

14 March - The worst council tax record in London

13 March (Part 3) - Council tax again

13 March (Part 2) - Getting the wrong idea

13 March (Part 1) - Cheryl Bacon lied

12 March - Council Tax analysis

11 March (Part 6) - Which way will they jump?

11 March (Part 5) - Slowly does it

11 March (Part 4) - Rubbish policy

11 March (Part 3) - The wheels come off

11 March (Part 2) - Across the divide

11 March (Part 1) - Let the back slapping commence

10 March (Part 3) - If at first you don’t succeed…

10 March (Part 2) - Jammed and rammed. Parking free and money tree (it’s supposed to have cost nothing)

10 March (Part 1) - How corrupt are they? That is the question

9 March (Part 3) - You will never see its like again

9 March (Part 2) - First it moved, then it vanished

9 March (Part 1) - Correspondents’ comments

8 March (Part 3) - Sidcup. Missed deadlines and little progress

8 March (Part 2) - The Metropolitan Police is corrupt

8 March (Part 1) - Superwoman meets Bexley’s Supreme Controller

7 March (Part 2) - A chocolate fireguard might be more use

7 March (Part 1) - Honey trap?

6 March (Part 4) - The Bexley budget debate 2014

6 March (Part 3) - I’m in trouble again

6 March (Part 2) - The fight for honesty goes on

6 March (Part 1) - Council tax freeze approved

5 March (Part 3) - Taking secrecy to extremes

5 March (Part 2) - Another Bexley management failure results in death

5 March (Part 1) - Is Nick Hollier hilarious or corrupt?

4 March (Part 4) - Quintessentially wrong

4 March (Part 3) - Well connected on two quid a week

4 March (Part 2) - Hill View views

4 March (Part 1) - Twitter and a twit

3 March (Part 2) - Cowboys and Indians?

3 March (Part 1) - Vote blue, go green

2 March - A whole lotta rule bending goin’ on

1 March (Part 3) - Promises, promises

1 March (Part 2) - Another week, another shop closure

1 March (Part 1) - The cat will be among the pigeons

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February 2014

28 February - Marking time

27 February (Part 2) - Independent Person or ‘Bexley Breeze Block’?

27 February (Part 1) - Crossrail exhibition

26 February (Part 4) - When she is not lying she is exaggerating. Is there a difference?

26 February (Part 3) - The real cabinet meeting report

26 February (Part 2) - Hello. Is there an honest councillor in Bexley?

26 February (Part 1) - Cabinet Meeting report

25 February (Part 2) - 24th place again?

25 February (Part 1) - Bridling

24 February (Part 2) - Who’d be a shop owner in Bexley?

24 February (Part 1) - Harrow Inn progress

23 February (Part 2) - Crime and Disorder in Bexley

23 February (Part 1) - Crossrail. First sign of temporary Abbey Wood station

22 February (Part 5) - Bexleyheath Broadway regeneration. A car crash?

22 February (Part 4) - Bexleyheath after £3m. regeneration

22 February (Part 3) - Sidcup : before and after Bailey

22 February (Part 2) - Sidcup still suffering

22 February (Part 1) - Bexley economics

21 February (Part 4) - Cllr. Colin Campbell Crap Comment Complaint Conclusion

21 February (Part 3) - Steaming ahead

21 February (Part 2) - Poppy permission

21 February (Part 1) - Lesnes ruined

20 February (Part 4) - Erith’s ‘war’ with Bexley council

20 February (Part 3) - FC and cohorts not scrutinized

20 February (Part 2) - Shabby Wood

20 February (Part 1) - Smash and Grabby Wood

19 February (Part 3) - Scabby Wood

19 February (Part 2) - Me Labour? Excuse me while I laugh

19 February (Part 1) - Every little helps

18 February (Part 3) - Turning up the heat

18 February (Part 2) - Slash costs and services. Spend plenty on their new HQ

18 February (Part 1) - Short changed

17 February (Part 3) - The idea is…

17 February (Part 2) - Blue thinking

17 February (Part 1) - Blue sky thinking

16 February (Part 2) - Sorry to say so but Bexley council employs a Monitoring Officer with a fact phobia

16 February (Part 1) - No parking. No answers

15 February (Part 3) - No respite

15 February (Part 2) - No services

15 February (Part 1) - Adults’ Services

14 February (Part 3) - Mick Barnbrook. An unauthorised biography

14 February (Part 2) - Today’s excuses are…

14 February (Part 1) - Love is in the air

13 February (Part 3) - It’s not me guv

13 February (Part 2) - Should we expect anything else?

13 February (Part 1) - BAG men swing into action

12 February (Part 3) - Another case of Bexley law breaking

12 February (Part 2) - Another consultation exercise

12 February (Part 1) - The company they keep…

11 February (Part 5) - It’s true, he’s gone

11 February (Part 4) - Assistance needed

11 February (Part 3) - Bexley council cut off

11 February (Part 2) - Rotten Borough

11 February (Part 1) - Bexley’s Head of Legal supports Bacon’s lies. Rebecca Sandhu too

10 February (Part 2) - Maybe I have it all wrong again. Who knows the truth?

10 February (Part 1) - You want total honesty. Don’t look at Bexley council then

9 February (Part 2) - Catching up on websites

9 February (Part 1) - Lazy blogger

8 February - Catching up on emails

7 February (Part 2) - Chicken and Bacon

7 February (Part 1) - Another dangerous Frizoni Folly. Probably?

6 February (Part 2) - The net is back

6 February (Part 1) - BT. Probably the worst service company that ever existed

5 February (Part 2) - The Finance Scrutiny Committee - 4th February 2014

5 February (Part 1) - Third time lucky?

4 February (Part 3) - BT. Absolutely clueless

4 February (Part 2) - Police engagement

4 February (Part 1) - BT. Utterly useless

3 February - Fingers crossed

2 February - So that’s the way to do it

1 February - A plaintive note

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January 2014

31 January (Part 3) - Webless

31 January (Part 2) - Services cut. Fees and salaries up

31 January (Part 1) - Generally Purposeless

30 January (Part 3) - Still cut off from the web

30 January (Part 2) - Motorist chased for £0.00 debt

30 January (Part 1) - Across the board price increases

29 January - It’s still no go on the net

28 January (Part 3) - This may take a while…

28 January (Part 2) - Back to work

28 January (Part 1) - Tinker Taylor?

27 January - Sidcup suffers

24 January (Part 2) - TIC - Still the home of shady business

24 January (Part 1) - Misconduct in Public Office

23 January (Part 2) - Blackfen & Lamorbey spoilt for choice

23 January (Part 1) - On the Abbey Wood stump

22 January (Part 3) - One rule for them…

22 January (Part 2) - Told you so

22 January (Part 1) - Keep it shut Teresa

21 January (Part 2) - Is Bexley council corrupt. I think so

21 January (Part 1) - Craske in the news again? Don’t bet on it

20 January (Part 2) - No entry

20 January (Part 1) - Lucking lies

19 January (Part 2) - What are they standing for?

19 January (Part 1) - Completing the circle

18 January (Part 2) - The ‘L’ word makes another appearance

18 January (Part 1) - This and that

17 January (Part 2) - All change in Stable Lane

17 January (Part 1) - Another weekend of complaint writing lies ahead

16 January - It’s in the BAG

15 January (Part 2) - Bexley council. Spiteful and vindictive? You bet

15 January (Part 1) - Musical chairs

14 January (Part 2) - Plus ça change, plus c’est la même chose

14 January (Part 1) - Low Scores on Doors

12 January - Metropolitan Police. Institutionally corrupt?

11 January - Surely not all coincidence?

10 January (Part 2) - The one that got away

10 January (Part 1) - It’s getting to be a habit

9 January (Part 2) - Life imitates art

9 January (Part 1) - Driven to breaking the law

8 January - Brainless

3 January - Website Contact form

2 January - Let battle commence. Looks like it has

1 January - Let battle commence

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